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  1. Webinar: Pareto ESG Global Corporate Bond

    Thursday 27 May we hosted a webinar with the portfolio management team of our Swan-labelled fixed income fund, and Article 9 fund under the SFDR, Pareto ESG Global Corporate Bond.

  2. Misplaced panic

    Polaris is an unknown brand for most Norwegians. The Minnesota-based company produces quad bikes, snowmobiles, boats and motorcycles, mostly for the North American market. Good growth, high returns on equity and a strong balance sheet put it on the radar of the Pareto Global portfolio managers, who bought their first stocks in 2018.

  3. Should you be worried?

    This month, all arrows pointed in the right direction. Long-term yields stabilised, credit spreads fell, commodity prices rose, and stock markets climbed further.

  4. Notice of Annual General Meeting in Pareto SICAV

    The annual general meeting in Pareto SICAV will be held remotely on 28 April 2021 at 11:30 (Luxembourg time) in line with ongoing social distancing recommendations due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  5. Annual report 2020

    Going into 2020, financial markets were characterised by restrained optimism, as the preceding year’s rate cuts on both sides of the Atlantic had triggered a bull market in stocks and tightening credit spreads. Soon, however, the optimism would be replaced by something that must be very close to the economic definition of an external shock.

  6. A predictable surprise

    You may have been pleasantly surprised to see that the International Monetary Fund once again upgraded their global growth estimates.

  7. Can’t see the trees for the forest?

    Long-term German government bonds, arguably one of the safest assets in the world, fell by 2.5 per cent in February. US bonds of the same maturity, 10 years, dropped some 1.8 per cent. In fact, investment grade bonds in general had a weak month.